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CORONAVIRUS – Spanish actor Antonio Banderas announced this Monday, August 10, the day of his 60 years, that he was in quarantine after being diagnosed positive for the coronavirus, at the same time that he specified that he was “relatively well” and was only a little ” tired”.
“Today, August 10, I see myself in the obligation to celebrate my 60 years following a quarantine after being diagnosed positive for the Covid-19 disease,” the Andalusian actor wrote on social networks, without indicating where he found it.
“I am relatively well, just a little more tired than usual and I trust that I will recover as soon as possible following the medical indications that I hope will allow me to overcome the infection that I am suffering. it is suffering and affecting so many people all over the planet ”, shared the actor of“ Mask of Zorro ”,“ Interview with a vampire ”and“ Reyes del Mambo ”.
In the press release accompanied by a photo of him when he was a baby, he adds that he will take advantage of the isolation “to read, write, rest and continue leading projects to start making sense of my very young. years”.
Antonio Banderas did not attend a charity gala that he was going to celebrate in Marbella, a coastal town in southern Spain, on Sunday, without explaining his absence so far.
Awarded with numerous awards during his long career, Antonio Banderas was nominated for the first time for the Oscars for his eighth film directed by Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, “Pain and glory”, without winning the statuette. But the film earned him an acting award at the Cannes Film Festival.
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